Interesting data came from Spain. It is a result of a study that aimed to investigate the relationships between age, dual-task gait performance, and cognitive function in middle-aged adults (aged 40-64). The researchers conducted a secondary analysis of data from the Barcelona Brain Health Initiative, which included community-dwelling adults who were able to walk independently without assistance and did not have any clinically diagnosed neurological or psychiatric diseases, cognitive impairment, or lower-extremity pain, osteoarthritis, or rheumatoid arthritis that could affect gait.
Age-related Decline in Dual-Task Gait Performance and the Role of Cognitive Function in Middle-Aged Adults. Spain